What is the Uutak Mythos?

Today Written in Uncertainty leaves Tamriel and heads east. No, not to Akavir. To the islands of Ynslea, and its bat-elf people, the Echmer. We sit down with Uutak Mythos creator At-Hatoor/IceFireWarden to discuss elves, bats, souls, perspectives, colonialism and a bunch of other stuff in the context of the Elder Scrolls. Enjoy! Interview transcript:… Continue reading What is the Uutak Mythos?

What are the Reachmen?

The Reachfolk’s Origins On Tamriel The Reachfolk are a culture of men that inhabit the area of Tamriel that sits on Skyrim’s western border and High Rock’s eastern border. They are called Bretons by pretty much everyone, but they have some unique history that separates them from the rest of High Rock. They’re as much… Continue reading What are the Reachmen?

What are the Bosmer?

The podcast looks at a culture that is both one of the most and least defined on Tamriel, and tells many reality-altering stories. What are the Bosmer?

Are Bretons Boring?

This week on Written in Uncertainty, we’re discussing a question that has vexed Elder Scrolls lore fans for many years, been the subject of reams of text on forums, including one of the most long-lived fan projects in the series history. Today we’re asking, why are the Bretons boring?

What Makes Redguards Unique?

This week on Written in Uncertainty we’re continuing to look at the Redguards, with a deeper dive into the things in their culture that are unique, namely their gods, sword-singing, and a brief evaluation of memory stones. Check out the blog post on the show website: https://www.writteninuncertainty.com/podcast/redguards-2 Get 15% off Loot Crate and support the… Continue reading What Makes Redguards Unique?

What are the Towers?

Written in Uncertainty discusses some of the oldest buildings on Nirn, some built by the gods themselves. Today we’re asking what are the Towers?